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Reviews of Books Priced $18.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $18.99.

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Ensemble

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Big enough to take up a whole lap, and bright enough to hold attention through a long afternoon perusal, this informative picture book glances through examples of animal interconnectedness, all while teaching the terms applied to... Read More

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Dig Here

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A winking pirate with a puffed-out chest and a tendency toward exaggeration leads this story about an ample treasure that has maybe been misplaced. He initiates a dig on his island, and is baffled to come up without the chest of rubies... Read More

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Days Like This

by Danielle Ballantyne

Intricate illustrations portray shifting perspectives in this moving picture book about the interconnection of humans and nature. Using a poem as its guide, the book works through each line, offering an interpretation from both a human... Read More

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Wind Daughter

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Joanna Ruth Meyer’s dreamy, enchanting novel "Wind Daughter" follows a beekeeping teenager through her atypical coming of age. Satu was born out of time, and feels out of place, in her cool mountain village. Her father, who was once... Read More

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I, Antigone

by Meg Nola

Carlo Gébler’s "I, Antigone", recounts the Greek tragedy of Oedipus Rex. Speaking with anguish, eloquence, and love, Oedipus’s daughter, Antigone, tells Oedipus’s story to justify her father’s actions. Oedipus’s curse begins... Read More

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Gold Mountain

by Randi Hacker

In Betty G. Yee’s historical novel "Gold Mountain", a young Chinese girl poses as her brother, going to work on a US railroad in his place. Ling Fan’s father is in prison for a crime he did not commit, and her aunt is plotting Ling... Read More

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Gone but Still Here

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Jennifer Dance’s based-in-truth novel "Gone but Still Here" follows a tragedy-scarred multiracial family as one of its members is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Mary feels herself slipping. Despite her career as a published... Read More

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